Geneva, Switzerland (PRWEB) June 19, 2013
Each year HostingCon sees some of the greatest minds the Cloud Service and Hosting industry come together and this year is no different, with first class speakers like Erik Martin of Reddit taking the stage. The event creates a space in which like-minded businesses can interact and exchange ideas to further their respective industries.
As one of the world’s best-established email service providers, themselves partnering with cloud integration application OneSaaS; GraphicMail was brushing shoulders with other industry leaders like Dell, HP and Symantec.
GraphicMail CEO Nicholas Eckert and US Business Development Manager Stacy Hayes were on hand to answer any questions conference-goers might have and gave more insight into their business – furthering their partnerships with other industry leaders. GraphicMail has started partnering with hosting companies worldwide in order to reach even more people, opening up previously untapped markets for the ESP.
Says Nick Eckert: “The quality of the traffic at the event was great. Mostly US based, but a surprising amount of non-US focus.”
GraphicMail has always aimed at offering a global mobile and email marketing solution to businesses and grow the earning potential of clients, which makes events like HostingCon valuable spheres of business development.While the conference focuses a lot on industry-specific topics, visitors and exhibitionists have the opportunity to listen to and learn from some other industry-leaders as well and take home ideas for further development.
Said Nick: “Privacy and data security is also a big topic, with an acknowledgement that the future isn't only the cloud and but rather hybrid hosting; where companies will store some parts of their business in the cloud while keeping some of their data 'in house' and hosting companies need to be able to accommodate for that.”
GraphicMail has always aimed at incorporating powerful and valuable new developments into its on-going evolution as a leader in the mobile and email marketing environment and events like HostingCon play an important part in its constant drive towards real-time engagement with others.
“Many hosting and telecom providers are looking for ways to maximize and expand their additional revenue, so value added services like ours generate valuable interest. Many are also becoming interested in overseas expansion and speakers on this topic were focusing on how to be local and global - something we've known for ages,” said Nick.